The Revised Mosher Sex-Guilt Scale: its psychometric properties and a proposed ten-item version.

@article{Janda2011TheRM,
  title={The Revised Mosher Sex-Guilt Scale: its psychometric properties and a proposed ten-item version.},
  author={Louis H Janda and Sharnail D. Bazemore},
  journal={Journal of sex research},
  year={2011},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={392-6}
}
Mosher introduced his Forced-Choice Guilt Inventory some 40 years ago and, over the following decades, his subscale measuring sex guilt has been the most widely used measure of this construct. Mosher revised his instrument in 1998, but he did not provide data regarding the reliability of the scale, its construct validity, or its overlap with the original scale. In this study, a sample of 272 undergraduate college students (95 men and 177 women) were administered both the original Mosher Forced… CONTINUE READING